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Police plan to circulate public safety survey
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DARLINGTON - Roughly 1,000 residents and businesses within the city will receive a public safety survey in their mailboxes this week from the Darlington Police Department. The community survey, which is being handled by volunteers in the Criminal Justice Department at the University of Wisconsin Platteville, is a first-ever attempt by the department to gauge public sentiment as it relates to a number of public services and enforcement measures provided by the police department. According to Police Chief Jason King, the survey will only take a couple minutes to complete, since it is only 10 questions long, and will help to guide the department in making decisions about its daily routine based upon what is important to the residents.